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Comic #2873

1 Terry: You were a spy in World War II?
1 Jane Goodall: By 1945 I was 11 years old and living in Berlin.
2 Jane Goodall: I broke into Nazi military headquarters and passed on secrets to the British. Codes, invasion plans, Nazi science.
3 Jane Goodall: They were way ahead of us militarily and technologically. How do you think we managed to win the war at all?
4 Terry: I assumed our research scientists and military strategists overtook them.
4 Jane Goodall: All me, kiddo.

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Given her already established background, it's tough work making my version of Jane Goodall even more badass, but I humbly think I might have pulled off another tiny increment.

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